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Spence vs Ugas UK TV Confirmed

WBC/IBF Unified Welterweight Champion, America\’s Errol Spence (27-0) battles Cuba\’s WBA Super champion Yordenis Ugas (27-4) in a monster 3-belt unification in the early hours of Sunday morning at the AT&T Stadium, Arlington Texas. Spence vs Ugas will be a PBC on Showtime Pay-Per-View event in the United States for $74.99 and the Spence vs Ugas UK TV has now been confirmed.

Spence Ugas will be exclusively on FITE TV PPV for $14.99 in the UK among other territories. FITE TV has become a regular broadcaster for PBC broadcasts and is an excellent service for UK hardcore Boxing fans as well as those in other international territories where no mainstream TV channel purchases rights to PBC Boxing.

The Spence vs Ugas PPV Co-main is Top 10 Lightweight Isaac Cruz (22-2-1) against veteran gatekeeper Yuriorkis Gamboa (30-4). Gamboa in his last two outings has shared a total of 24 rounds with Devin Haney and Gervonta Davis. Also on the Spence vs Ugas PPV Card is undefeated prospect Jose Valenzuela (11-0) against Mexico\’s Francisco Vargas. Vargas extended Isaac Cruz the distance in June of 2021.

The Spence vs Ugas UK TV PPV Opener is unbeaten welterweight Canada\’s Cody Crowley (20-0) against gatekeeper Josesito Lopez. Lopez took Thurman to an SD in early 2019 and has picked up back to back stoppage wins since but has not boxed in 18 months. The Spence vs Ugas UK TV portion of the card will start at 2 am (9 ET/6 PT) UK time.

Before the main card starts, Radzhab Butaev (14-0) meets Eimantas Stanionis (13-0) for the secondary version of the WBA Welterweight title and a final eliminator for the main event winner and top 140-pound prospect Brandun Lee (24-0) returns to the ring. This is easily one of the best cards of the year, narrowly behind Canelo vs Bivol on May 7 and Taylor Serrano on April 30.

Full Spence vs Ugas UK TV PPV Card:

Spence Ugas – 12 Rounds Welterweight

Cruz Gamboa – 10 Rounds Lightweight

Valenzuela Vargas – 10 Rounds Lightweight

Crowley Lopez – 10 Rounds Welterweight

By Darshan Desai

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